Dallas, TX, February 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- MilitarySpot.net, a social networking community created just for the military, is now online and ready to serve military people worldwide. MilitarySpot.net chief executive Tom Wakefield states the concept is similar to MySpace, except that his site is geared to military people and their families, friends and supporters.
“Support the troops” and “make military friends” are the themes of the site. The site is designed primarily for people associated with the U.S. Military, though MilitarySpot.net welcomes friendly people from all over the world. In fact, the site already boasts members from Australia, Italy, Philippines, United Kingdom and many other international locations.
MilitarySpot.net lets members create a customized profile, add friends, share photos, create blogs, and much more. The site boasts many features to let members network and communicate with each other, including comments on profile pages and blogs, site forums, email, live chat and a shout box. Though the site is new, real friendships are already being made among members.
Like MySpace, many of MilitarySpot.net’s visitors and members are younger. Some are joining MilitarySpot.net to learn about military life in preparation to joining the military. Many more members are active duty and military veterans. And there are plenty of members - girlfriends, military spouses and others - who are there to support the troops and also to find support for their military lifestyles.
Wakefield notes that at least 30 million people are directly connected to the U.S. Military, and there are many more in the U.S. and worldwide who would like to make military friends, so the site has enormous growth potential.
Registration is free for the ad-supported site. MilitarySpot.net is a service of MilitarySpot.com, a military news and information site designed to help military people find military information.
You can find the site at http://www.militaryspot.net